It's been three days into the new year, and I've yet to lend a comment on it. The new year is a chance to start carte blanche. Usually it's about kicking the last few pounds you need to get to the goal weight. Sometimes it's about staying organized. A lot of people try to spend less. But really, how long does it last?
It's been proven that in order to be successful, one must make smaller changes and smaller habits in their life instead of going whole hog into something. And I've made that mistake before.
This year, I'm making baby steps. I'm not making any concrete goals or resolutions. It would be nice to actually meet a goal, but the baby steps would help. Especially if I want to meet the goal, and maintain it.
I'm going to try and make it a weekly thing that I'll update. Whether it be diet, family, boyfriend, rant related. I've neglected livejournal in the past couple months. It's been a little hard to manage my time lately. Work and school are the bulkiest bits of my schedule. Being a full time student and full time receptionist is a little challenging.
Tomorrow, I'm waking up early and cleaning my room. Then I'm getting school supplies, lunch, maybe a movie (depending on time), and then I'm working.
Tuesday, I have a doctor's appointment, then I'm getting my hair trimmed, spending some much needed time with the boyfriend, then I'm working.
Wednesday, school starts. I'm the geeky type who gets excited over first days of school. Then I'm working.
Thursday, ACTING CLASS!! :D then I have the day off to spend with my boyfriend and our families. Stephen and I are celebrating our 11th month anniversary (I know right, has it really been that long?).
Friday, school and work
Saturday, work at 4
Sunday, work from 9:30 to 6:15, then whatever.
I'm throwing in some light exercise. Nothing extensive. Maybe some toning bands, yoga, Shimmy.. who knows. I don't expect to be back where I was over a year ago as far as being in shape goes, but I would like to get into more of a routine.
It's been said that 21 days creates a habit. Here goes nothing.
Baby steps, though.